31-37 Stuart Street, Boston German schnitzel and sausages are available at this beer hall opened in 1868. Landon Nordeman
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When in Boston, the problem isn’t finding a place to eat—it’s choosing between the abundance of old and new restaurants that spot the city. These five are among our favorites. Read more about Boston’s restaurants »

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31-37 Stuart Street, Boston German schnitzel and sausages are available at this beer hall opened in 1868.
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Parker’s Restaurant

60 School Street, Boston This Omni Parker Hotel dining room is an ideal place to enjoy New England favorites like Boston cream pie.

NoName Restaurant

15½ Fish Pier, Boston Located on Boston’s oldest operating fish pier, this 1917 seafood shack offers shrimp, crabs, and lobster right off the boat.
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Union Oyster House

41 Union Street, Boston The city’s oldest restaurant, this is where JFK came for his lobster stew fix.
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Puritan & Company

1166 Cambridge Street, Cambridge The cuisine here is a nod to the region’s past as well as its future.

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